iSchool PhD grads awarded Frances Henne Research Grant

Amelia Anderson, a Postdoctoral Scholar in FSU’s School of Information, and Abigail Phillips, currently a Postdoctoral Fellow in the Department of Instructional Technology and Learning Sciences at Utah State University, both earned their Ph.D. in Information Studies from FSU’s School of Information. In February, the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) awarded the 2018 Frances[…] »

iSchool Professor Breaking New Ground in Human-Computer Interactions Research

  Shuyuan Mary Ho, Ph.D., is currently an assistant professor at Florida State’s iSchool. Dr. Ho is teaching Information Systems and Information Security in both undergraduate and graduate-level classes at the College of Communication and Information. When she’s not teaching in the classroom, she’s conducting research on topics such as trusted human-computer interactions, cyber insider[…] »

FSUshadow Leading Seminoles to Employment

Desireé Williams began shadowing at The Florida Auditor General through FSUshadow in the Fall of 2016 as an iSchool student. Here she was able to get a look at the day-to-day happenings in an IT department. “It was great to see several concepts that are taught in the classroom actually being used in the workplace.”[…] »

MSIT is #7

According to the latest rankings from U.S. News & World Report’s 2018 Best Online Programs, FSU’s online MSIT program, offered by the School of Information (iSchool), ranks in the top ten in the country at No. 7, rising from No. 20 in only three years. The rich online curriculum offers a wide variety of courses[…] »

FSU Students Help Senior Citizens Meet Technological Needs

Each semester, a different group of students from the College of Communication & Information (CCI) IT program have been making a splash with local senior citizens.  They have been volunteering throughout the region over the past five years at the Woodville Branch Library, Cherry Laurel Residential Community, Westminster Oaks Living Community, Tallahassee Senior Center and[…] »

WISE Fall 2017 Atlanta Trip

Author: Sydney Gilmore-Duffey Last Sunday, November 26, 2017, the Florida State University Women in IT/ICT Sharing Experiences (WISE) group had the wonderful opportunity to travel to Atlanta, Georgia to visit with several of the city’s most influential businesses. Accompanying us was CCI Associate Director of Development Mafe Brooks, Corporate Relations & Foundation Developer Jesse Torres, and CCI Associate Dean Ebe Randeree (who[…] »

FSU students mentor the next generation of STEM Leaders

At the end of October, five Florida State University College of Communication & Information students traveled to Orlando to work with 400 middle and high school students at the Technology Student Association (TSA) Leadership Conference.  The goal of TSA is to prepare its members for the challenges of a dynamic world by promoting technological literacy,[…] »